Picking The Right Wedding Cake Flavors

By on November 14, 2014

Your husband-to-be loves chocolate, but you love vanilla, so how to you choose the perfect wedding cake flavor that not only satisfies your sweet tooth, but will delight the tastebuds of friends and family attending your special day? Of course, you want your wedding cake to be one that everybody remembers for its extraordinary flavor, but what’s the secret to having an unforgettable cake? Well, read on to find out how to go about picking the right wedding cake flavors that will please all!

Variety

The good thing about wedding cakes these days is that you can have as many tiers as your heart desires. Not only does this look great in wedding photos, but it also allows you to have a variety of cake flavors for each tier! This means you can have every flavor you want, so indulge in that vanilla, while your significant other can give into his sweet tooth with a tier devoted to chocolate. And ask about rich, new flavors that they might have like amaretto cake! Adding flavors to each tier might be an extra cost, so make sure this is one of your questions when picking out the right cake maker.

Delicious Fillings

Besides the traditional filling choices like strawberry and chocolate, ask your baker if they have any other amazing filling choices. Many now offer choices like raspberry filling, mimosa, mint and so many more! Ask your baker what are their cake/filling combos and which ones are the most requested. Have them include a few of their popular choices when you to your cake testing.

Add Liqueurs

Some bakers like to get really creative with their cakes and might change things up by adding some liqueurs like Gran Marnier in their batter. According to Perfect Wedding Guide, it’ll take any regular cake and make it that much better, which will definitely make it a cake to remember. Other great liqueurs that can be used in batters are Chambord and its raspberry flavor, Creme de Cassis with its blackberry flavor and even Chocolate liqueur!

Fondant vs Butter Cream

Fondant isn’t exactly liked by many, but it does make for beautiful cakes. However, backers can make amazing cakes using butter cream for the frosting. As for examples of both to see what you personally like best. And if you go the fondant route, ask them to put a layer of butter cream frosting in between the cake and fondant so that if guests don’t eat the fondant, they’ll still have delicious butter cream underneath.

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About Olga Pomeransky

Olga is manager at Best for Bride since 2005. Currently Best for Bride operates 4 bridal stores in Canada (Toronto, Etobicoke, Hamilton and Barrie). Best for Bride sells wedding, bridemaids, mob dresses and more. http://www.BestForBride.com

2 Comments

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    librarylady

    November 19, 2014 at 11:04 PM

    What beautiful cakes you’ve pictured here. My friend is also a baker, and she makes some of the most amazing things with fondant. One of the cakes she made looked exactly like a running shoe, down to the weave on the laces. There are lots of fun flavors and fillings to choose from these days, but I’ll take chocolate cake with chocolate frosting any time.

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    Cyril

    January 16, 2015 at 3:04 PM

    Love all the cakes you picked and such great tips! I just met with my cake designer and it really helped that I had pictures to show of some ideas I was leaning towards. Thanks for sharing!

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